TechInAfrica – The African ICT Foundation (AfICTF) is calling on volunteer trainers who nurture strong interest in ICT and are familiar with internet-related problems. Being fluent in English is also a must. The project by Digital Connect Africa (DCA) Foundation hones each individual’s skills for the digital subject, and act as an empowerment for all the participating figures. Spanning across the Northern, Western, Southern, Eastern, and Central of Africa region, DCA has been training participants about digital marketing, AI, and e-commerce.
A strong interest in ICT, as Emmanuel Bassey of Executive Secretary of the Foundation, means that the applicant is aware of Big data analytics, Block-Chain, Agri-tech, Digital government, Internet of Things, Fintech, Media-tech, Mobile technology, Supply chain, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, Coding, Cyber Security, Quantum Computing, Programming,Digital Business Analysis, Digital Design and Data Visualization, Digital Project Management,Digital Product Management, Digital Marketing,Decision Making for Leaders, Web and App Development, and wants to know more about the said topics.
The offered volunteer opportunities, according to a statement from the Foundation by the AfICTF Secretariat will be for its train-the-trainers (ToT) programs based in Nigeria, and the program graduates will later be allocated for the main project. Aside from the pursue of Internet of Things interest, volunteers are expected to have a basic understanding of computing or have any work experience in the following sectors: Internet governance, information, and communications technology, public policy, public relations, international relations, political sciences, international law and economics.
The expected training session of DCA-Train-the-Trainers lasts for a month, but an extension could happen. Participation should be full time, therefore an ideal offering for fresh graduates.
If you think this is your call, do send your CV to [email protected] on Monday (23/09) before the close of business.